Daily Archives: March 17, 2020

Wichita Restaurant and Other Closings – March 17, 2020 My Experience

This afternoon a friend took me out to lunch. I didn’t have access to this list from the local Wichita newspaper at the time: https://www.kansas.com/entertainment/restaurants/dining-with-denise-neil/article241264806.html?. There were plenty of restaurants and fast-food places that were take-out and/or drive-thru only with … Continue reading

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10 Best Hot Wire Foam Cutters for DIY Model Terrain (Tips) — Tangible Day

Are you looking to make your own wargaming or scale model terrain features? Foam is the probably the most versatile building material for making DIY tabletop terrain. But, cutting and sculpting EPS and pink insulation foam with a regular hobby … Continue reading

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Kansas: Historic Adobe Museum — McGee Travel Tales – Kansas Tuesdays March 17, 2020

Keltin and I took an afternoon to explore and our first stop was the Historic Adobe Museum in Ulysses, Kansas. This is a cute little museum that explores the history of the Grant County and the Santa Fe Trail. There … Continue reading

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All My Books Are FREE — Cristian Mihai

FREE BOOKS ”I completely fell in love with Cristian Mihai’s beautiful way of writing. His main character, Chris Sommers, is an embodiment of realism. His persona was much attune to what some of us feel about ambition, love, and the … Continue reading

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Limited Internet Access Due to Favorite Internet Places Temporarily Shutting Down Due to COVID19 – March 17, 2020

Recently, my two favorite Internet access points have closed for at least two (2) weeks. I don’t normally use public library access, but they have closed them for at least three (3) weeks. That restricts me to limited cell phone … Continue reading

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What disabled people want you to know about the coronavirus — Life with Spina Bifida

The most recent coronavirus outbreak is leaving a lot of people nervous and not just for people that probably won’t catch it and shouldn’t be but specifically disabled people. Any virus can be potentially dangerous for disabled people and even … Continue reading

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Is it legit? Being mindful of emails that try to scam bloggers. — #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS

One of the most exciting things you can receive as a blogger is emails about business opportunities/partnerships. Sadly, a lot of these emails often end up being scams. But, in receiving one, you can sometimes get so excited that you’ve … Continue reading

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Starbucks offer drive through or pick up in store. — susiesopinions

After my girlfriend and I went to the accountant to do our taxes, we went to Starbucks. All the furniture from outside, and inside was stacked up, and we could only place our order, and pick it up. We sat … Continue reading

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These Little Details Matter The Most! – YouTube Video Life Uncontained

Another Life Uncontained YouTube video: These Little Details Matter The Most! – YouTube Video Life Uncontained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6knlO9pnVo (about 11:47 minutes long).

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Keeping Kids Busy During Coronavirus Closures – BillionGraves March 16, 2020 – Tombstone Tuesdays March 17, 2020

I saw this on BillionGraves yesterday and decided it was a good fit for Tuesdays Tombstones this week – Keeping Kids Busy During Coronavirus Closures – BillionGraves March 16, 2020  https://blog.billiongraves.com/keeping-your-family-busy-during-a-coronavirus-quarantine/. A lot more information in the article. BillionGraves, March … Continue reading

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